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European Space Probe Makes History By Orbiting Comet

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    pr Wrote: No need to do that Dutch, I steal them from all the cheap motels I stay at!
    Is god willing to prevent evil, but not able? then he is not omnipotent.


    Is he able but not willing? Then he is malevolent


    Is he both able and willing? Then whence cometh evil?


    Is he neither able or willing? Then why call him god


    EPICURIS
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    Ummm, I'll have look that up in my hot bible. I'll get back to you as soon as I have an answer.
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    pr Wrote: No need to do that Dutch, I steal them from all the cheap motels I stay at!
    I contacted that guy they just released from North Korea, who dropped bibles in the motels there (and we are the nutty country who helped "free" this total asshole and let him fly home on a government supplied plane" from our tax money) may be he can help and come by; as well has "free" samples, otherwise I think AMC has some leftovers.
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    Houston we have a problem!

    Philae landed in a unknown and heavily shadowed location, leading to a very big problem. The craft's useful lifetime is limited to one or two days without solar power. Which means if it is not found and made way to light, it may have to hibernate for days, weeks, or even months.
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    ClayTaylorNC Wrote: Houston we have a problem!

    Philae landed in a unknown and heavily shadowed location, leading to a very big problem. The craft's useful lifetime is limited to one or two days without solar power. Which means if it is not found and made way to light, it may have to hibernate for days, weeks, or even months.
    It looks a bit like our government, which hibernates all the time, regardless of sunlight, their batteries are long dead I guess.
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